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Thin Clients, VDI and Linux integration from the front lines.... Raw and sometimes unedited notes based on my experiences with VMware, Thin Clients, Linux etc.

Hold that thought on Force9, just like Buses, you wait for an age an then along come two of them....

"Londoners are being offered the chance to hook up to superfast broadband for just £20 a month as part of a trial for local loop unbundling (LLU) by operator Be."

The ISP wants "as many people as possible" to sign up to the trial ahead of a commercial launch later in the month. The service - based on ADSL2+ technology - is able to deliver speeds of up to 24 meg.

And what's particularly tempting is - **As part of the promo, those taking part in the trial will receive a Thomson SpeedTouch 716g wireless router (which normally retails at around £115) for free. Monthly subscription for triallists will remain fixed at £20/month**

I've tried registering for this on-line and I'm told that Kennington won't be ready until mid-December - c'mon Xmas!!!
More at The Register
 & http://www.bethere.co.uk/pilot

"News that Bulldog is planning to accelerate its broadband service speed comes as rival LLU operator "Be" announced plans to pilot its 24 meg service in part of London", which is not suprising given the recent run of complaints that they have been dealing with
More at The Register

Posted on Wednesday, August 31, 2005 7:33 PM Real Cool Stuff | Back to top


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